• St. Stephen’s Cathedral – The Catholic mother church of Austria, conveniently located just off a major shopping street
  • Austrian National Library – this library would make Belle from Beauty and the Beast faint
  • Heuringers – wine gardens located on the edge of city boasting thousands of acres of vineyards
  • Prater- A vintage amusement park in the corner of Vienna which houses the famous Wiener Riesenrad Ferris wheel
  • Hofburg palace – see the crown jewels up close and personal

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  • Cafe central – a historic spot with surprisingly good scrambled eggs
  • Spittleberg Quarter – a charming neighborhood off the beaten path known for its dining and Christmas market
  • Rathaus – the Vienna city hall. The city’s most important non-religious building with a jaw dropping neo-Gothic style
  • Figlmuller restaurant – “The home of schnitzel” Dine in this historic restaurant for authentic Viennese cuisine
  • Flea market at Naschnarkt – Vast market with 16th-century origins, with more than 100 food & vintage stalls, plus restaurants
  • See a classical music performance – there is awe inspiring music every night in Vienna, check out the schedules of Wiener Musikverein, Konzerthaus, Kursalon Hübner and the Vienna State Opera
  • Belvedere Castle and gardens – home to many great artworks, the best being Gustav Klimt’s “The Kiss” It will break your heart and put it back together again. A must see in Vienna.

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  • Schloss Schönbrunn – palace a quick metro ride away from downtown, can spend quite some time here if you decided to hike the gardens. The history of the empire is entirely fascinating.

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